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Ear Infection

Also called: Otitis

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Yes, it can.
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Hi Hope this helps you? Now, if you happen to have a lot of cockroaches in your home, you might want to sleep with earplugs in, just to be on the...
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There can be several reasons. Since I can't examine your ear, or even know the underlying reason you are using the Ciprodex (there are several...
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Labyrinthitis is one possibility; an inner ear infection that is really diagnosed by symptoms alone (the doctor cannot see your inner ear). You could...
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Amoxicillin does not cause pink eye. The standard treatment of pink eye (conjunctivitis) is with a prescription antibiotic drop or ointment. You will...
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The two medications are compatible, but many clinicians do not use antihistamines in children who have ear infections since this can thicken the...
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The symptoms you have is most likely just a Sever Case of Streptoccal Infection , is this causes pain,discomfort , Muscle tension ( Stiff ) , and...
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About 99% will heal without surgery.
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Sleep anyway possible however preferably slightly upright
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you should not be feeling fluid, go back to the doctor.
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An allergic reaction is often sudden HIVES that are very pruritic (itchy). An amoxicillin side effect usually occurs near the end of the course of...
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Hi, Doing exercise with your problem, I think would be uncomfortable, I would thought laying off exercise for a few days, till it goes would be...
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You can let it alone and wait until your body pushes it out (extrication), or your ENT specialist can remove it for you.
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Your child have had a spontaneous rupture of the eardrum -- nature's way of dealing with the pressure and/or infection. Some ruptures are tiny...
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Hi I get swimmers ear each year, I just use a good soft gel ear plugs, and use olive oil in my ears, it works for me.Good Luck
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